March 18, 2019
  • 9:18 pm Communication faculty remember Tianyue Li ‘19
  • 1:47 pm Denison community mourns the death of Tianyue Li ‘19
  • 1:04 am Women’s lacrosse dominates in another home win against Rhodes
  • 12:55 am Denison’s men’s rugby club excited for upcoming spring season
  • 12:53 am Men’s lacrosse takes home a strong win over DePauw University
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MADISON LUKEN Special to The Denisonian Approximately sixty first-year students piled into buses last Friday to head to Camp Nuhop in wooded, rural Perrysville, Ohio where they spent the weekend attending the leadership program known as D.U. Lead. Here, they gathered into groups or “clubs” of about nine students and commenced an experience centered around […]

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KEVIN HERMAN Special to The Denisonian Columbus hard rocking emo-influenced band, The Sidekicks, played at the Nest for a UPC/CLIC sponsored concert. The Sidekicks had infectious energy that got the small crowd jumping around the Nest. The Sidekicks stuck to their style in a set that focused on playing to a loud and soft dynamic […]

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EMMA CEPLINSKAS Special to The Denisonian In an effort to put an end to rape, sexual assault and gender violence, men and women in the Denison community, many associated with fraternities and sororities, gathered at the Granville Inn on Sep. 16. Denison’s men readied themselves to put on red pumps and strut one mile down […]

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HANNAH KUBBINS News Editor Action against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline started in April on Ladonna Allard’s land in North Dakota. From the start, those who gathered wanted to be known as water protectors, not protesters. Originally called Sacred Stone Camp, the encampment on Allard’s land aimed to block the progress of the […]

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EMILY SHANE Managing Editor When Seamus Appel ‘16 graduated from Denison, he received an unexpected email from accounting professor Pat McGonagle. “He sent me an email after I graduated with his cell phone number and email telling me to stay in touch and let him know whenever I was in town again,” said Appel, who […]

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ANNELISE BENSHOP & PEYTON OVSEK Special to The Denisonian Nicholas and Harrison DeChant ‘20 can be separated only by a freckle on Nicholas’ chin. Two freshmen who look very much alike are drawing the attention of Denisonians all over campus. One may think they are just the mirrored image of the same person, as they […]

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